go into peachtree city and at route 54 turn left cross the railroad trestle bridge the line creek church is on the right in front of it is a road Huddleston rd turn left go to dead end take a right then a quick left i believe this road is Industrial rd not sure of the name go about a mile on left is the entrance to the cemetery back in some pine trees hard to spot.
The cemetery abuts the railroad tracks which gives us a land mark to follow. There is a shopping center and a light at route 54.
Or you can get there going thru downtown Fayetteville passing the big white courthouse and going west on 54 follow it to line creek church.
hope this makes some sense., I have just completed a write up of most of the people buried there did not hava anything on the Browns Th Book " All jknown cemeteries in Fayette Co by J. D. Wells 975-S426V3book is where i got the abstraction. The tombstones have a lot of initials instead of first names. Supposedly there is a Rev War soldier buried there but ive never seen his tombstone. Benjamin Brown from NC
I was contacted a few years ago by a Brown family member but i lost her name and email would love to identify the others buried there. BARB
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